Project: Point of Sales and Inventory Management System in PHP with source code
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The Admin has full control of the system, all the functions are to be performed from Admin panel. Here, the admin can manage sales, the user has to enter customer’s name and cash amount. After that, the system provides the sales report which includes item code, name, quantity, price, discount and amount. After a sale of a certain item, the system automatically displays profit amount. The user can CRUD products. For this, he/she has to provide item name, category, arrival, expiry date, selling, original price, supplier and quantity. Each product must be placed under a certain category, the user has to provide a category name to add a category.
The system also allows managing customers. The user should provide the customer’s name, address, customer, product name, total, note, and the expected date. The suppliers also have CRUD features. In order to add a supplier, the user has to provide the supplier’s name, address, contact person, contact number and note. The sales reports can be viewed easily and the last feature of this project is about User Management. The admin can add users according to their positions. Design of this project is so simple so that user won’t find it difficult to understand, use and navigate.
To run this project you must have installed virtual server i.e XAMPP on your PC (for Windows). Point of Sales and Inventory Management System in PHP with source code is free to download, Use for educational purposes only! For the project demo, have a look at the image slider below.
- Login System
- Manage Sales, Reports
- CRUD products
- CRUD Suppliers
- User Management
- Automatic Profit calculation
How To Run??
After Starting Apache and MySQL in XAMPP, follow the following steps
1st Step: Extract file
2nd Step: Copy the main project folder
3rd Step: Paste in xampp/htdocs/
Now Connecting Database
4th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/phpmyadmin/”
5th Step: Then, click on databases tab
6th Step: Create database naming “posales” and then click on import tab
7th Step: Click on browse file and select “posales.sql” file which is inside “DATABASE” folder
8th Step: Click on go.
After Creating Database,
9th Step: Open a browser and go to URL “http://localhost/PISP/”
Insert the username and password which is provided inside the “Readme.txt” file.